Asus has launched its Chromebook Flip C436, a light-weight, premium laptop computer it previewed at CES in January. As anticipated, the brand new 13-inch Flip has the same magnesium alloy physique as its predecessor, the C434, and it weighs in at simply 2.58 kilos, in accordance with Asus.
Along with a 1080p touchscreen show, the C436 has 10th Gen Intel Core processor, with as much as 16GB of RAM, a 512GB SSD, with Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.0. It has a fingerprint sensor, stylus assist, and two USB-C ports in addition to a backlit keyboard and a battery that lasts 12 hours, in accordance with the specs. That qualifies it for Intel’s Challenge Athena (though Samsung’s Galaxy Chromebook, one other Challenge Athena laptop computer, claimed eight hours of battery life, and our reviewer solely obtained just a little over 4 hours on a cost).
As we famous when the C436 was previewed, this newest mannequin is simply a slight improve over its predecessor, however final yr’s C434 was The Verge’s greatest Chromebook you should purchase proper now in August.
The brand new C436 is available in two colours: “clear silver” and an iridescent “aerogel white.” Pricing begins at $799, and it’s out there on Asus’ web site and Amazon.